Services in January 2013

Every Sunday @ 11am – Sunday Worship

3rd February Uncover Your Talents – Rev. Bridget Spain
10th February Great Expectations – Pamela McCarthy
17th February Service led by Rev. Bridget Spain, Address given by Rev. Patrick Comerford
24th February Seeing The Log – Rev. Bridget Spain

Wednesdays at 1.05pm
Lunchtime Meditation Service – facilitator Pam McCarthy

All welcome.

Sermons, childrens’ stories and meditation prayers from all Sunday services are recorded and can be accessed from our website – www.dublinunitarianchurch.org/recordings . There are also three podcasts on the I-Tunes Music Store with the three sections updated weekly. Search there for “Dublin Unitarian Church”.

Church Clubs & Groups Meeting in January 2013

Film Club

The Film Club normally meets on the first Wednesday of each month (Wednesday 6th February in this case) in the Lantern Centre on Synge Street, Dublin 8 at 7.45pm.

This month, they will watch Rear Window, a film with all the tension of other Hitchcock films but without the gore. More details of the film at
www.imdb.com

Facilitator – Aubrey Flegg

Book Club

The Book Club meets on the last Wednesday of the month (27th February in this case) in the St. Stephen’s Green Hotel at 7.45pm.

This month they are reading I’m Not Scared by Niccolo Ammanti

Facilitator – Jennifer Flegg

Walking Club

The walking club are planning to convene on Sunday 10th February for a walk along the Metals in Dun Laoghaire. Meeting at Dun Laoghaire DART Station at 2pm.

If you’re interested in joining them, do contact Marcus at email hidden; JavaScript is required .

Organ Fund News

Bakesale after the service on Sunday 17th February in honour of St. Valentines’ Day and in aid of the Organ Restoration Fund – please bring along your euros and stock up on bread, jam and goodies.

Events in February 2013

Saturday February 9th
Harmonic presents
John C. Reilly & Friends
8pm
Tickets €20 from www.tickets.ie.

American movie star, singer and comedian John C. Reilly is known for his brilliant character acting in movies such as Boogie Nights, The Hours, Chicago, Magnolia and Walk Hard: the Dewey Cox Story. You may also know his for guest appearances as Dr. Steve Brule in sketches by surrealist American comedy duo Tim & Eric. He has also starred as himself in an episode of The Simpsons.

In 2012, his current band, John Reilly & Friends toured with the Railroad Revival Tour that included Willie Nelson & Family and Band of Horses.

“Welcome to the John C. Reilly and friends roots review. roots music. it’s just another way of saying good old music that has survived the passing of time. Folk, traditional, bluegrass, close-harmony, country. whatever labels people have tried to stick to good music through the ages are irrelevant. It’s that song that touches something deeper, that makes ancient sense to your soul. The tree of music has deep roots which go back to these songs. Conceived and sung around lonesome campfires, rain- soaked ships decks, whispering mountain pines or dusty barren farmland they stand the test of time and keep our souls alive. Join your host John C. Reilly and some incredible singers and musicians as they summon the spirits of the tree of song, from deep down in the roots. You just might feel better somehow.” – John C. Reilly

Friday February 22nd
Dublin Simon Community present
Young Hearts Run Free featuring Andy Irvine
Simon Community Fundraiser

Saturday February 23rd
MCD presents
Rae Morris
Doors 7pm

Tickets €10 & booking fee from www.ticketmaster.ie

Rae Morris is an 19 year old singer-songwriter from Blackpool. Learning the piano from an early age and forver underestimating her ability , Rae recently found a voice she didn’t know she had. Make your own comparisons, but be sure to notice a girl of maturity beyond her years. Cleverly matching her inimitable voice to songs of new experiences, those defining challenges like love and not always being able to have the answers, Rae is the epitome of raw and claimes nothing else.

www.raemorris.co.uk

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